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April 16th, 2004 at 2:01 pm

… like a fox

Posted in: General

Foxes, it would appear, have many, varied and contradictory characteristics.

I have heard the following expressions recently:

‘Cunning like a fox’;
‘Itchy like a fox’;
‘Foxy like a fox’ and
‘Dumb like a fox’.

The week before last I even saw a fox down at Footscray Park although, given the rapidity of its departure from the scene, I’d say it’s defining characteristic was ‘speedy like a fox’.


What else is like a fox?

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7 Responses to “… like a fox”

  1. Daniel Says:

    The quick brown fox!

  2. Trish Says:

    On my travels to Warrnambool and back, they are “dead like a fox” on the side of the road …

  3. nutgroist Says:

    Umm..a fox?

  4. Kathy Says:

    Buggeration … nutgroist stole my comment 🙁

  5. lizz Says:

    crazy like a fox.

  6. nutgroist Says:

    Kathy, you want to share it? Let’s split it like, um, a fox.

  7. Rob Says:

    A long time ago, whilst driving to Mildura with friends, we passed an expired fox on the side of the road. Next to it was a handwritten cardboard sign proclaiming “You are passing another fox”.